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Emily Rawson: Award Winner at The Superintendent’s HS Art Show

Reception, May 15, 1-3pm; Show through May 28, 2015

Emily Rawson - Flying Free - Okanogan HS

Emily Rawson’s metal sculpture entitled “Flying Free” was named as one of 15 award winners in the Annual Superintendent’s High School Art Show. The show, which takes place in Olympia, is co-hosted by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Washington Art Education Association. “Governor Jay Inslee selected Emily Rawson’s “Flying Free” metal… [Read More]

GIVE BIG TO ART on Tuesday, May 5th

Tues, May 5, 2015 - ALL DAY, ONE DAY ONLY!


GIVE BIG 5.5.15 Support the ARTS in our schools and communities throughout Okanogan County. ONE DAY ONLY through the Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG PROGRAM — Tuesday, May 5th GROW YOUR GIFT The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG is a one-day, online charitable giving event to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations who make our region a… [Read More]

Methow Valley Interpretive Center opens for the season

Open through October


The Methow Valley Interpretive Center opens this Saturday the 18th for its 3rd year in carrying forth its mission to create, fund and operate an interpretive center that recognizes the pre-European native inhabitants and portrays the geology and natural history of the Methow Valley. The Center will be open through October every Saturday from 10am-5pm and… [Read More]

Call for Artists: Artist Residency program for Summer 2015


Confluence Gallery is calling for artists submissions! One selected artist will receive three months of studio space at Confluence Gallery and Art Center from June-August and a solo exhibit in the Gallery gift shop during the month of September. Materials used during residency must be conducive to a public working environment near offices and other… [Read More]

CANCELLED! Los de Abajo

Sat, Apr 18, 2015

Los De Abajo

THIS SHOW HAS BEEN CANCELLED! If you have purchased tickets in advance, please email us for reimbursement information. Apologies for any inconvenience. The majority of the band could not travel into the US – as their visas are still being held. Thank you for your understanding. Mexico City-based Los de Abajo has built a distinctive… [Read More]

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